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WhatsApp Status To Start Showing Advertisements

According to the latest reports, to make the most used instant messaging application, of course, WhatsApp more profitable, the company will start a sort of ad area within the Status. According to the American press, the implementation will be similar to what Instagram already does. WhatsApp Status To Start Showing Advertisements To make the most used instant messaging application, of course, WhatsApp more profitable, the company will start a sort of ad area within the Status. According to the American press, the implementation will be similar to what Instagram already does. WhatsApp is the most popular platform for the exchange of messages in India but still does not know how to make money in fact, especially with such a delicate subject that is the exchange of messages between people. According to the Wall Street Journal, the company responsible for the program will use the Status area to solve this problem. This part of the app is similar to Instagram

How To Find Out Who’s Tracking You Through Your Android

If we talk about an Android operating system, the reason people choose Android over other mobile OS is that this platform has different kind of features for every particular purpose. We have managed to collect some of the useful codes for Android users which will help those who’re worried about being tracked. How To Find Out Who’s Tracking You Through Your Android Let me tell you, those days are gone when a smartphone was only used for voice communication. We are living in a generation where our smartphones are more than a powerful computer that we used to carry in our pocket. If we talk about an Android operating system, the reason people choose Android over other mobile OS is that this platform has different kind of features for every particular purpose. Today in this virtual world, there are so many security issues like lots of viruses, malware, trojans, and keylogger’s that can influence our devices. Most of the malware is targeted to an Android o